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Antique Brushed Nickel Fixed Panel Glass-To-Wall or Ceiling Support Bar

SUP135
Glass-To-Wall or Ceiling Support Bar
  • Material: 3/4 inch Diameter Tubular Brass Bar
  • Solid Brass End Caps
  • Works with S910 or S13 Clamps
  • This Through-Glass to wall or ceiling mounted support bar creates a means of support that strengthens an enclosure’s structural integrity. It eliminates the use of a header, and can be mounted to a wall or to the ceiling. The versatile design allows for mounting glass-to-wall, and glass-to-ceiling. Requires a 5/8 inch (16 millimeter) hole in glass, and comes in finishes to match our Hinges and Pull Handles. All mounting hardware included. The glass attachment end can connect to a S910 or S12 bracket to attach to the edge of the glass.

Weight & Width*
Glass**
Glass***
2 Hinges (Max Door Width)

  in.

  in.

2 Hinges ( Max Door Weight)

  lbs.

  lbs.

3 Hinges (Max Door Width )

  in.

  in.

3 Hinges (Max Door Weight )

  lbs.

  lbs.

* NOTE: Do not exceed either maximum weight or width when choosing proper quantity of hinges.

Glass Cutout:

The cutout for the hinge allows some adjustment in door position after installation. The positioning of the cutout is subjective, but tempering facilities have minimum distances from the end of the glass to the notch. It is important that the hinge is centered in the cutout for the initial installation to have maxium adjustiability.

 

SUP135 Cutout

Maintenance Guidelines:

• Our hinges are greased at the factory for quiet and trouble-free operation. If there is any squeaking that occurs after installation, put a drop of "3 in 1 Oil" (also known as "household oil") on the white nylon washer that the hinge body pivots on. This washer is the component that acts as a buffer, so the body of the hinge doesn't pivot directly on the brass center block. This solution doesn't require the disassembly of the hinge.
Note: Do not use spray lubricant on these hinges. If the hinge has been disassembled, upon re-assembly, use white lithium grease to lubricate the interior mechanism.

Never use an abrasive cleaner on the hardware. Many of the components are coated with a clear lacquer that will be irreparably damaged if subjected to harsh, abrasive chemicals. Advise your customer that drying the hardware with a clean, soft towel on a daily basis is the best way to maintain the hardware. If mineral deposits build-up, mix a couple of drops of a mild liquid soap (such as Ivory or a similar product) into a cup of warm water. Using a soft, non-abrasive cloth, clean the hardware. Rinse thoroughly with clean, warm water and dry.